Air Quality Bulletin – Ozone March 2020

The Environmental Protection Agency manages the national ambient air quality monitoring network. 

The health information threshold for ozone is 180 ug/m3. Any exceedances of this threshold must be notified to the public. The table below shows the number of exceedances at stations in Ireland based on available data to 31st March 2020. This data is provisional and subject to future revision following any further data validation.

Station Name

Number of values greater than 180 ug/m3 (year to date)

Station Location

Station Type

Data available to

Station Operator

Rathmines

0

Dublin 6

Urban Background

31st March

EPA

Clonskeagh

0

Dublin 14

Suburban Background

31st March

EPA

Pearse Street

0

Dublin 2

Urban Traffic

31st March

 EPA

Carnsore Point

0

Wexford

Rural Background

31st March

EMEP

Swords

0

Co. Dublin

Suburban Background

31st March

EPA

Bishopstown CIT

0

Cork City

Suburban Background

31st March

CIT

UCC Distillery Field

0

Cork City

Suburban Background

31st March

UCC

South Link Road

0

Cork City

Suburban Traffic

31st March

Cork City Council

Kilkenny Seville Lodge

0

Kilkenny City

Suburban Background

31st March

EPA

Bray

0

Co. Wicklow

Suburban Background

31st March

EPA

Castlebar

0

Co. Mayo

Suburban Background

31st March

EPA

Kilkitt

0

Co. Monaghan

Rural Background

31st March

EPA

Emo Court

0

Co. Laois

Rural Background

31st March

EPA

Valentia

0

Co. Kerry

Rural Background

31st March

Met Éireann

Mace Head

0

Co. Galway

Rural Background

31st March

NUI Galway

Malin Head

0

Co. Donegal

Rural Background

31st March

EMEP

Limerick People's Park

0

Co. Limerick

Urban Background 

31st March

 EPA

 
Dates > 180 ug/m3: